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A collection of rare Americana, including the remainder of the notable library of James Carson Brevoort, of Brooklyn, N.Y. : comprising the earliest books in various languages relating to the discovery, exploration and history of America, a collection of voyages and travels to America, and many relating to the Arctic regions; works of the early cosmographers, including scarce editions of Ptolemæus, Pomponius Mela, Grphæus, Schoner, Behaim, Munster, Ortelius, Bordone, Apianus and others; books about New France, Canada, New Netherland, New York, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, etc., original unpublished manuscripts relating chiefly to South America, one by Dalaet, remarkable assortment of atlases and maps, covering all sections of America at various epochs; and in general works of the following character; revolutionary, colonial, local and state histories, genealogies, scarce reprints; proceedings of societies, Indians and bibliographies : to be sold at auction Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th, 1890, at 2.30 P.M. by Bangs & Co., 738 & 741 Broadway, New York

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